Meat and Waqf Rice Complete Qurbani Feast of Underprivileged Residents in Kalideres

The slaughter of Qurbani animals was carried out by Global Qurban-ACT to underprivileged residents in Wadas Village, Kalideres, West Jakarta. In addition, the residents also received free rice and coconut milk to facilitate them cooking the meat into various dishes.

Qurbani meat, Waqf Rice, and coconut milk were distributed to around 500 underprivileged residents in Kalideres.
Qurbani meat, Waqf Rice, and coconut milk were distributed to around 500 underprivileged residents in Kalideres. (ACTNews)

ACTNews, JAKARTA – Global Qurban-ACT delivered the best Qurbani cows to a densely populated area in Wadas Village, Kalideres, West Jakarta. The residents were very happy when Aksi Cepat Tanggap (ACT) team knocked on their doors to deliver the meat.

The meat was not only distributed in Wadas Village but also to other surrounding areas. ACT West Jakarta team cooperated with the local Mosque boards and RT to reach more beneficiaries. At least 500 residents benefited from the best Qurbani meat distribution.

Apart from Qurbani meat, Global Qurban-ACT team in West Jakarta also delivered Waqf Rice and coconut milk. “With rice and coconut milk, hopefully, the surrounding residents can easily process the meat, cook them into dishes like rendang or semur. They no longer need to buy the rice,” said Siti Rahma Miroziah from Global Qurban-ACT West Jakarta Program Team, Tuesday (7/20/2021).

Siti also emphasized that the slaughter and distribution of the qurbani meat was done in accordance with the health protocol. "The team always wears masks and gloves when slaughtering, chopping, and packaging the meat. We are also working with the RT administrators to urge the residents not to make crowds. The meat was delivered directly to the beneficiaries’ houses," explained Siti.

Siti thanked the Qurbani donors of Global Qurban-ACT for providing qurbani meat to Wadas Village residents who are mostly impoverished people and hardly able to meet their food needs. “Most of them rarely eat meat. Therefore, for us, they are suitable to receive the entrusted Qurbani assistance this year,” added Siti.[]